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Film Craft 103 - The Director.
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Which of the following is not a common communication objective?
Why should you follow the 180-degree rule?
it ensures that all your shots will have matching composition
It ensures that all your shots will be in focus
It ensures that all your shots will have the same screen direction
It ensures that all your shots will illustrate your theme
What is "Standard Coverage" for a typical 2-person scene?
It varies based on the specifics of the scene
One wide shot, One medium shot, One close-up
Two medium close-ups and two close-ups
One master shot, two medium close-ups and two close-ups
What is a theme?
A collection of transitions, titles, and other effects that give your film a coherent look and feel
A recurring visual motif that appears throughout your film
A question or thesis that your film will prove or disprove
An idea or concept that inspires you to tell a story
When choosing a directorial style, which of the following should be your overriding priority?
All answers are correct
Consistency across all aspects of style
Consistency with the intention of the script
Consistency throughout the duration of the film
Which is the ideal order you should follow when you get to the set:
Rehearse, Block, Light, Shoot
Block, Light, Rehearse, Shoot
Rehearse, Light, Block, Shoot
Light, Block, Rehearse Shoot
Which of the following is an ideal adjustment to give an actor between takes?
"Raise the glass of wine angrily"
"Don't raise the glass of wine until you feel like it's the right time"
"Raise the glass of wine on the same line every time"
"When you raise the glass of wine, do it with the action "to ignore" in your mind"
Shooting shots from on-axis has the following effect?
It makes the viewer feel more engaged in a conversation
It allows the audience to related to the character more
All answers are correct
It is more subjective
Which of the following is not under the purview of the director?
Managing the talent
Choosing specific lenses
Ensuring adequate coverage
Planning the shots
What's the difference between an Insert and a Cutaway?
The subject of an Insert is also seen in the Master shot
A Cutaway must be timed to match the action in the master shot
An Insert must be edited in-between two other clips
Inserts and cutaways are effectively interchangable
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